Egyptian Salafist Leader: Demolish Idols Like the Pyramids and Sphinx

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Reuters: Saudis complained to UN that Iranian helicopters trespassed their territory

At the Globe & Mail, Amos Yadlin weighs in on Israel, Iran and the US.

In honor of Britain’s media meltdown, the Oxford English Dictionary chose “omnishambles” as its word of the year.

The word – meaning a situation which is shambolic from every possible angle – was coined in 2009 by the writers of BBC political satire The Thick of It.

That didn’t take long: Arab League recognizes new Syrian opposition coalition.

A counter-intuitive Globe & Mail commentary says Egyptian Islamists could learn from “Israel’s theocratic democracy.”

US rejoins UN Human Rights Council. Elliott Abrams heaps scorn.

Will the BBC scandal blow over or blow back at the NY Times? (via Romenesko).

Iraq will soon release Musa Al Daqduq, the Hezbollah terrorist with the blood of American soldiers on his hands. A Wall Street Journal staff-ed (via Google News)  says this will be a victory for Iran.

For more, see yesterday’s Israel Daily News Stream.

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